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10:07

LifeStyle

Million Bells petunia

Denise Bush gardening

Calibrachoa is a relatively new genus of plants to many gardeners; the first cultivars weren't available until 1992 and there are still only about a dozen named varieties available in a wide range of vivid colours including soft pinks, bright fuchsia

13:44

Local

"There are clear figures about climate change; we should put them up at bus stops"

MATÍAS STUBER

-Is the sea like a gigantic sponge? -Yes, especially with regard to heat and carbon dioxide. Because we have altered the composition of the atmosphere we have trapped the heat which used to escape into space. The sea absorbs 95 per cent of the ... excess heat we produce. So it acts like a sponge, absorbing the heat and also a third of the carbon dioxide we produce, but this capacity for absorption has limits. The rise in temperatures is making species suffer. -One might be tempted to think that

10:52

LifeStyle

Salt, the magic mineral of the kitchen

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...buds, but salt is also the condiment par excellence, and, as Chef Samin Nosrat says in her book Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, "The right amount of salt causes a 'ding!' that makes us exclaim 'how good!' No matter how technical, whoever doesn't master the touch

13:34

Opinion

Don't let your pets down this summer

PETER HARRISON

...you must take the pet because the vet is some way off or you need him to be kennelled, then do the journey in the early morning and go straight there. Leave the windows slightly open. Take a bowl and a bottle of tap water kept away from the heat

14:11

Local

The Costa's climate is getting hotter

MATÍAS STUBER

...professor at the university insists on "creating a lot more greenery in the cities". This would at least reduce the effects of the 'urban heat island' in Malaga; an effect which occurs in places where there is a dense population. He pointed out that this is

12:14

Opinion

Customs and exercise

PETER EDGERTON

heat? Not to worry, catch some zeds for couple of hours and you'll be as right rain. In fact, I've just woken from such a state of slumber, fully energised and able to write what I'm sure you'll agree is my best article since - well, since last week,